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4 of the Easiest Products To Even Out Your Brows in 60 Seconds or Less

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While I'm a little less aggressive with my brow filling than I was in 2016, and I'm not tweezing them as much as I was in 1999—my eyebrows are still getting just as much attention these days, in their brushed-up, laminated glory.

While you shouldn’t expect your brows to be perfectly symmetrical (they're sisters, not twins), you still want them to be even. Fortunately, there are products you can use at home to give yourself a daily shape-and-sculpt, ensuring that you can channel your inner Lily Collins. Here, the products that experts say you need to do just that.

REFY Brow Sculpt Shape and Hold Gel with Lamination Effect — $24.00

Los Angeles and Las Vegas-based Kandice Delgado, a makeup artist and beauty educator, says that her go-tos brow evening tools are centered around quality and ease of use. “As a makeup artist I have a few favorite brow products to ensure brows are even,” says Delgado. “First and foremost is the Refy brow collection—the REFY Brow Pomade, REFY Brow Sculpt Shape and Hold Gel with Lamination Effect, and REFY Brow Pencil. The product is amazing, and everything is super easy to use.”

Madluvv Dark Brown Brow Stamp and Shaping Kit, Create The Perfect Brow — $39.00

Next up, “If you really struggle to find shape and symmetry with your brows,” Delgado says, “the Madluvv Brow Stamp Kit actually works—and leaves you with perfectly symmetrical brows.”

Kimball & Young Neomodern 1x/5xRound Magnifying Mirror — $440.00

Jenny Patinkin, celebrity clean-beauty makeup artist, says that thinning brows have led her to find new brow products herself. “I never had particularly thick or dark brows, but as I get older, they are getting even a little thinner and lighter,” says Patinkin. “A good magnifying mirror and good lighting have become all the more important in making sure I can keep my brows symmetrical without losing any volume.”

Kosas Brow Pop Clean Dual-Action Defining Eyebrow Pencil — $22.00

As Patinkin’s her number one brow product for symmetry? “I outline my brows with the Kosas Brow Pop in one shade darker than I usually wear, step back from the mirror to make sure they look even both in shape and in placement, then get close up to the magnifying mirror to pluck only where I really need to, using whatever tweezers I have at home that are new and sharp. When I’m done, I brush them with a spoolie and fill in any little gaps with the Kosas pencil.”

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